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Heat wave to hit Eastern Australia this summer – it’s official.
Groundhog vs Climate Models – a close run thing. The Australian, government’s models predict warm and sunny months ahead. Let’s hope they’re right. But, my money is waiting on seeing how the Groundhog feels about all this… Should we believe … Continue reading
If Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is not the main driver of global warming, what is? The well-documented, “Sun and Sea” Hypothesis may be a good place to start looking.
CO2 is the flavour of the month (err, last 20 years), but, in many ways, it’s hard to justify it as the dominate force driving our climate. We just don’t have substantial evidence supporting it. No, seriously, this is an … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Drivers Tagged Climate Drivers, Climate Forcings, CO2, el nino, La Nina, ocean currents, Pacific Decadal Oscillation, sunspots 5 Comments
The Effect of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and Sunspots on Earth’s surface temperature – Global Cooling predicted?
In this graph, we have both Sunspot Activity and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), a significant oceanic current, plotted against resultant global temperature. Is there a correlation and perhaps even causality? I compiled the source data from pro-Global Warming sources … Continue reading
Posted in Temperature Prediction Tagged Global Cooling, Pacific Decadal Oscillation, PDO, sunspots, temperature 2 Comments